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I am shooting a Hoyt Pro Elite/Golden Key Infinity Lizard tongue rest with
Easton X7 2412 arrows. I have been shooting this combination for about 4 months. I have noticed the inside fork of lizard tongue is leaving a mark on the last 3" of the shaft as it leaves the bow. Inside fork on lizard tongue is also beginning to show wear. I have adjusted the windage both in and out, and nocking point up and down as much as 1/4" and I still seem to be getting the same shaft/rest contact on the back 3" of the arrow.

Static setup and timing looks fine. Is it possible the string is moving downward and inward during the release and pushing the arrow down on the rest as it leaves the string? I am using a release aid not fingers.

Hope this all makes sense without illustrations. Thanks
 

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JetStream said:
............ Is it possible the string is moving downward and inward during the release and pushing the arrow down on the rest as it leaves the string? I am using a release aid not fingers.

Hope this all makes sense without illustrations. Thanks
Yeap, I could very well still be a timing issue. This is why, I like to do bare shaft tuning for a release shooter.
 
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